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Healthy Valentine’s Day Dinner Recipes

 

Wanting to cook something healthy for your kids this Valentine’s Day, but still be in the spirit of the occasion? You can do both, with these great and healthy Valentine’s Day recipes the kids are sure to love!

Kids Calzones

Kids Calzone

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Very appropriate for the occasion – fine Italian food, in the shape of a heart. Actually, suitable for any day not just Valentine’s Day!

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Mini Meatloaf

Mini Meatloaf

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Easy to make and fun to eat – great for a quick last minute dinner!

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Grilled Cheese Soup

Griled Cheese Soup

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What’s more fun than dunking heart shaped grilled cheese into a tasty tomato soup – well, it being an extra healthy version of the standard soup and sandwich combination!\

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Tomato and Mozzarella Salad

Grape tomato heart

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No bake, no mess, no fuss – super easy and super fun! Full of veggies and rich in calcium.

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Banana Boat

Banana boat split

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We’ll finish off this list with something to finish off dinner with! A tasty and very healthy dessert option to compliment your delicious dinner!

Get the recipe here…

Source:

www.parenting.com/gallery/easy-valentines-day-recipes-kids?page=3

www.greatist.com/health/valentines-day-best-healthy-recipes-021014

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